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Virginia Hosts the Cavalier Cup on Sunday

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM The Cavaliers will host teams from accross Virginia
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM
The Cavaliers will host teams from accross Virginia
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

April 2, 2013

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The Cavalier field hockey team closes out its spring training by hosting the Commonwealth Cup on Sunday, April 7. The tournament features games between teams from the state of Virginia and the District of Columbia.

The scrimmages are free and open to the public.

Please note: there is an event at John Paul Jones Arena on Sunday afternoon so parking will not be available in the JPJA surface lot and garage. Parking will be available at University Hall and the Cage lot.

Schedule of Scrimmages
9:00 - Virginia vs James Madison
9:30 - William & Mary vs Richmond
10:00 - Virginia vs Old Dominion
10:30 - James Madison vs Old Dominion
11:00 - Virginia vs William & Mary
11:30 - American vs Richmond
12:00 - Old Dominion vs William & Mary
12:30 - Old Dominion vs American
1:00 - Richmond vs James Madison
1:30 - William & Mary vs American
2:00 - Richmond vs Old Dominion
2:30 - James Madison vs American
3:00 - Virginia vs Old Dominion
3:30 - James Madison vs William & Mary
4:00 - Virginia vs Richmond

 

 

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